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 Jul 31 awarded Popular Question Feb 28 awarded Critic Jul 2 awarded Curious Oct 22 comment Calculate acceleration and time given initial speed, final speed, and travelling distance? Try v=u+at for acceleration. Oct 22 asked Secondary constraints leads to the value of lagrange multiplier Oct 21 accepted Odd number of second class constraints (!) Oct 2 comment Odd number of second class constraints (!) So with infinite number of dof, does the commutation chain breaks in a point (Like $\dot \phi=0$) ? Or it just continue producing new constraints (second class) ? Oct 2 comment Odd number of second class constraints (!) My work has a similarity with this (sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0370269304010032) paper. Here the Fields/massive terms has their own number of DOF. But if we couple them together, the pseudomass term eliminates all other DOF except the two traverse DOF. Now let us consider a different coupling with other fields or a group of fields. Instead of decreasing, is it possible that it could result infinite numbers of DOF? Oct 2 comment Odd number of second class constraints (!) The fields (I am working with) have finite number of DOF of themselves separately. My work was to analyze how they react if they all interact in the same field. In this case, is it possible to have infinite number of DOF? Oct 1 asked Odd number of second class constraints (!) Oct 1 accepted First class and second class constraints Sep 21 comment Longitudinal and transverse part of vector field components It comes when I tried to re-write equation (4) to equation (20) Sep 20 comment Longitudinal and transverse part of vector field components Uploaded the paper here, please check- mediafire.com/?4gjc1zg17oulorc Sep 20 asked Longitudinal and transverse part of vector field components Sep 18 comment Divergence of cross product of transverse component Actually using this identity give me the term above! I would like to vanish it somehow! Using this identity again will just take me to the previous step. Sep 18 asked Divergence of cross product of transverse component Sep 17 comment Pseudo scalar mass and Pure scalar mass $\phi_{\mu\nu}$ is anti-symmetric. Sep 17 asked Pseudo scalar mass and Pure scalar mass Sep 15 accepted Commutation for constraints Sep 15 comment Commutation for constraints $(\Phi_m,\Phi)$ are like the momenta.For Lagrangian L, $\Phi_m=\frac{\partial L}{\partial \dot q}$. Same goes for $\Phi$